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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Multi-Resolution Pruning Based Co-Location Identification In Spatial Data
Country : India
Authors : Sruthi K. Surendran, S. Dhamodaran
: 10.9790/0661-16260105    logo
Abstract: A co-location spatial pattern is a pattern of multiple groups which co-relates spatial features or events that are frequently located in same zone. Co-location pattern mining emphasizes overall analysis by manipulating the proportion of spatial features and other relevant information's. In this paper we are trying to remove the problem of co-location mining from the large data set. Data is generated from wide range of data sources that are available in geographical space. One method to mine the widely spread co-location is to compute the participation index in measuring the prevalence of the co-location. First option from the above said the measure is closely inter-related to cross function, which often used for measuring the statistical among various pair of spatial features. Second option focused on the property of anti-monotones which can be included for computational perspective efficiency. In this paper, we are trying to incorporate a novel multi-resolution pruning technique to address the problem of mining co-location data pattern with rare spatial features.
Keywords: Spatial colocation,spatially uncertain data set, possible world, probabilistic prevalent colocation(PPCs).
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Effective and Efficient Method for Web System Performance Forecasting
Country : India
Authors : Shraddha B. Rahane
: 10.9790/0661-16260613    logo
Abstract: Recent development of Distributed computer systems (DCSs) in networked industrial and manufacturing applications on the World Wide Web (WWW) platform, including service-oriented architecture and Web of Things QoS-aware systems, it has become important to predict the Web performance prediction in time and in space .In this paper, we present Web performance prediction in time by making a forecast of a Web resource downloading using the Turning Bands (TB) geostatistical simulation method. Real-life data for the research were obtained from our own website named "Distributed forecasting system". We generate log file form our website and performing monitoring of a group of Web clients from connected LAN. For better web forecasting we used spatio temporal prediction method with time utility for downloading particular file from website with locations. Also perform comparison study in between spatio temporal method & TB methods. The results show good quality of Web performance prediction using the TB method.
Keyword: Distributed Computer System ,Turning Band,, Qos-Aware Systems, Geostatistics, Spatio-Temporal Prediction.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Comparative study on Intelligent Tutoring Systems fostering Self Regulated Learning
Country : India
Authors : Lekshmi A., Prathibha S. Nair
: 10.9790/0661-16261421    logo
Abstract: Educational data mining is an emerging research area where the traditional data mining techniques are applied on Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS) to study the learning pattern of students. This paper conducts a survey on various ITS that are used currently. An agent-based ITS that fosters the use of Self Regulated Learning (SRL) processes mainly concentrates on two questions: (1) How can students be grouped according to their performance and their type of interaction with the system? (2) How do specific learning behaviors of high and low performing students differ, in particular regarding their use of SRL processes ?.The study helps in understanding how data can be mined and how the learners can be grouped into different clusters based on their learning activities.
Index Terms: Educational Data Mining, ITS, SRL, Clustering, Pattern Mining.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Improving Fault Detection Capability Using Coverage Based Analysis
Country : India
Authors : Sanyogita Chaturvedi, A. Kulothungan
: 10.9790/0661-16262230<    logo
Abstract: A test suite for a system consists of several test cases and as the number of test cases is more, execution of all of these will take much time. If the number of test cases are reduced the execution time could be reduced. Moreover, if the execution of these is done in an ordered fashion ,it is observed to give an increased rate of fault detection. This can further be beneficial by providing feedback to system developers , improving fault fixing activity and thus ,software delivery. The reduction of test cases can be done in several ways. But the scenario is different when functional dependencies exists between some test cases, that is, one test case is needed to be executed before another. In this paper, two test case reduction techniques will be presented which will be followed by using the dependency information from a test suite. The first reduction technique considers all of the test cases while the second one is applied on the rejected suite obtained after implementing the first technique. This work is actually based on the hypothesis that lesser number of test cases will reduce the execution time, provided that the reduced test suite contains cases which collectively will cover the testing of every statement in the source code. Existing dependencies between different tests represent the interaction in the system under test, and hence, execution of complex instructions earlier is supposed to increase the fault detection rate, compared to arbitrary or untreated test orderings. Thus, the dependency information could further be used for prioritization of the test cases.
Keywords: test case reduction, functional dependency, regression testing.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Integration of PDM and ERP systems within a unified information space of an enterprise
Country : Russian
Authors : Andrey Vladimirovich Ostroukh, Dmitry Olegovich Gusenitsa, Valentina Borisovna Golubkova, Petr Francevich Yurchik
: 10.9790/0661-16263133    logo
Abstract: This article focuses on the research on the complex processes of joint integration of PDM and ERP systems. The relevance of introducing an integrated system within a single information space is justified. The main challenges of systems integration under a unified automation approach are described, including production planning and better management of production data. To successfully solve such problems ERP system needs to operate a certain amount of reference data, without which the production plan will be ineffective or impossible. Due to the fact that such data is often generated and stored in the product data management systems, it becomes necessary to provide data exchange between ERP and PDM systems. A number of key issues relating to the development and establishment of systems are determined. The functions of ERP and PDM systems that require a creation of an interaction interface between them are allocated and described. In conclusion, the positive trends, achievable through integration are reviewed.
Keywords: integration, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Data Management (PDM), Unified Information Space (UIS), Continuous Acquisition and Life-cycle Support (CALS).
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Cloud Security Tracking, Log Maintenance and Notification System for Multitenant Mission Critical Cloud Applications
Country : India
Authors : Miss. Pooja Rajendra Vyawhare, Miss. V. B. Bhagat
: 10.9790/0661-16263437    logo
Abstract: Cloud computing is a set of IT services that are provided to a customer over a network on a leased basis and with the ability to scale up or down their service requirements. It advantages to mention but a few include scalability, resilience, flexibility, efficiency and outsourcing non-core activities. Cloud computing offers an innovative business model for organizations to adopt IT services without upfront investment. Despite the potential gains achieved from the cloud computing, the organizations are slow in accepting it due to security issues and challenges associated with it. Security is one of the major issues which hamper the growth of cloud. The idea of handing over important data to another company is worrisome; such that the consumers need to be vigilant in understanding the risks of data breaches in this new environment. This paper introduces a detailed analysis of the cloud computing security issues and challenges focusing on the cloud computing types and the service delivery types.
Keywords: Cloud Computing, Cloud Security, Service Provider, SaaS.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Trust Based Secure Payment Scheme for Multi-hop Wireless Networks
Country : India
Authors : Mrs. Chinchu V. S., Ms. Meji Jose
: 10.9790/0661-16263843    logo
Abstract: In this paper we propose a secure payment scheme called, trust based micro payment scheme for multihop wireless networks. This micro payment scheme enhances the cooperation of nodes and fairness of the network. Each node is assigned a trust value. Based on the trust value, a trust based routing protocol is maintained to route the packet. A report is submitted by each node to a trusted party after the communication. Based on the consistency of the report the payment is cleared. For the fair reports without any processing overhead the payment is cleared. In the case of cheater nodes more cryptographic operations and processing is required to analyze the evidences, which is submitted by each node to the trusted party ,when an inconsistent report is submitted. The report contains the alleged charges for relaying the packets. The RACE performs less cryptographic operation and processing overhead. It uses the micro payment and the overhead cost is much less than the payment value. Moreover, RACE can secure the payment and precisely identify the cheating nodes without false accusations.
Keywords: Payment scheme; selfish nodes; micro payment; multihop networks.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Survey on Outlier Detection Techniques for Credit Card Fraud Detection
Country : India
Authors : Ms. Amruta D. Pawar, Prof. Prakash N. Kalavadekar, Ms. Swapnali N. Tambe
: 10.9790/0661-16264448    logo
Abstract: Credit card fraud detection is an important application of outlier detection. Due to drastic increase in digital frauds, there is a loss of billions dollars and therefore various techniques are evolved for fraud detection and applied to diverse business fields. The traditional fraud detection schemes use data analysis methods that require knowledge about different domains such as financial, economics, law and business practices. The current fraud detection techniques may be offline or online, and may use neural networks, clustering, genetic algorithm, decision tree etc. There are various outlier detection techniques are available such as statistical based, density based, clustering based and so on. This paper projected to find credit card fraud by using appropriate outlier detection technique, which is suitable for online applications where large scale data is involved. The method should also work efficiently for applications where memory and computation limitations are present. Here we have discussed one such unsupervised method Principal Component Analysis(PCA) to detect an outlier.
Keywords: Clustering, Fraud detection, Neural Networks, Outlier detection, Principal Component Analysis.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Performance Evaluation of High Speed TCP Variants in Dumbbell Network
Country : India
Authors : Subramanya P., Vinayaka K. S., Gururaj H. L., Ramesh B.
: 10.9790/0661-16264853    logo
Abstract: Dumbbell topology evolved as a key topology for a large variety of applications ranging from home networking to transportation systems, campus network and medical systems. TCP is one of the core protocols of the internet protocol suite, reliability is the main constraint for the traffic flows in TCP. Even though congestion control mechanisms are implemented, packet losses are encountered which leads to performance degradation. In this paper, the congestion control algorithms are implemented and corresponding results are analyzed in Dumbbell topology, it is typically used to analyze the TCP traffic flows. Fairness of throughput is evaluated for different TCP variants using network simulator.
Index Terms: Acknowledgement, Congestion Window, Dumbbell Topology, Slow-start Threshold.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Wireless Multi-hop Ad-hoc Networks: A Review
Country : India
Authors : Chander Prabha, Dr. Surender Kumar, Dr. Ravinder Khanna
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Abstract: Over the past decade wireless multi-hop ad-hoc networks have received a tremendous amount of research focus. Mobile devices equipped with wireless short range communication technologies make possible new applications for spontaneous communication, interaction and collaboration. The collaboration is used to facilitate communication when mobile devices are not able to establish direct communication paths. So the communication is multi-hop with intermediate nodes acting as routers that forward the messages addressed to other nodes. The concept of multi-hop ad-hoc networking was successfully applied in several classes of networks. This paper reviews the categories of wireless multi-hop ad-hoc networks and discusses main evolutions of wireless multi-hop ad-hoc networks specially the opportunistic networks.
Keywords: Delay tolerant Network, MANET, Mobile Devices, Opportunistic Network, WLAN.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Survey on Quality Perspective and Software Quality Models
Country : India
Authors : Sony Tripathi
: 10.9790/0661-16266372    logo
Abstract: This paper presents acomprehensive overview ofQuality, definition of quality by different person and alsothis paper present overview on Software Quality Models, McCall's Quality Model, Boehm's Quality Model, Dromey's Quality Model, FURPS Quality Model, ISO 9126 Quality Modeland a comparison among these models are presented.
Keywords: Software Quality Models, McCall model, Dorsey's model, FURPS model, ISO 9126 model.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Gateless Electronic Toll Collection using RFID
Country : India
Authors : Anish Dhurat, Parag Magal, Manish Chheda, Darshan Ingle
: 10.9790/0661-16267380    logo
Abstract: An effective and efficient utilization of communication link between RF Modems over a wireless channel to facilitate monitoring, authentication and automated toll collection of vehicles on the highways is proposed in the paper. The system is implemented to automatically register vehicles getting on or off a motorway or highway, shortening the amount of time for paying toll in large queues. This paper also introduces the implementation and design of an active RFID tag based system for automatically identifying running vehicles on roads and collecting their data. The architecture and the basic principles of design of the system are presented; including reading equipment (readers and antennas) and active electronic tag. Finally, the effectiveness and efficiency of the system is analysed as a whole.
Keywords: Gateless Tax Collection, ETC- Electronic Toll Collection, RFID-Radio Frequency Identification, Toll booth, COM-Communication Port.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Case Study on Environmental Impact of Cloud Computing
Country : India
Authors : Rajender Kumar Trivedi, Rajani Sharma
: 10.9790/0661-16268186    logo
Abstract: With ever increasing usage of IT infrastructure around the globe, the increase in energy consumption and carbon emission is a worrisome situation for everyone because of its direct effect on environment. The environment is being dangerously impacted by Information Technology infrastructure extensive use and its waste. Cloud computing has emerged as one step further solution to deploy all virtualized IT resources as per need on self-service basis as a rental method for the users. Different cloud deployment methods have emerged according to the need of users, institutions and communities. In last decade virtualization has been a milestone in enabling optimal usage of information technology resources. Cloud computing has provided a platform for deploying everything as a Service in IT, which has changed the economics of IT based business and organizations from Capital Expenditure to Operational Expenditure. For enabling Cloud services we first need to understand our existing infrastructure. In second step we should be able to virtualize it for optimal usage. Then with the help of existing cloud applications we can deliver and deploy information technology as a resource at various levels such as infrastructure, platform, and software.
Keywords: cloud computing, carbon emission, energy consumption, IT waste, virtualization.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Quality standards for a software industry –A review
Country : India
Authors : Monika Yadav, Sanjeev Kumar, Kaushik Kumar
: 10.9790/0661-16268794    logo
Abstract: In the present era of globalization QUALITY has immerged as the major factor for survival and the organizations are issuing various standards in order to achieve the same. But for any organization pursuing the quality and the subsequently continuously improving the same, the challenge is to select a particular standard. For a software organization the task has become more difficult as majority of the globally existing standards have been set considering the manufacturing sector – the dominant industry in 19th century. The main objective of this paper is to evaluate the available quality standards for the software industry with an intention to describe the strengths and weaknesses of each of them. A particular software organization depending on their specific requirement can select the best possible option amongst these for successful implementation and in the end survival.
Keywords: Capability maturity model, Capability Maturity Model Integration, ISO 9001, ISO 9000-3.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : An Approach to Steadfast and Reliable Resource Scheduling in Cloud Environment
Country : India
Authors : A. Aalan Babu, S. Roselin Mary
: 10.9790/0661-162695101    logo
Abstract: In cloud computing, resource allocation and scheduling are the necessary requirements which helps the cloud users to access the resources that are available. Applications implemented in the cloud often required to interact amongst themselves and, in case, rarely depend on other implemented applications. Present cloud schedulers do not consider the infrastructure properties of cloud during resource allocation and scheduling process. In this paper, we propose a reliable resource scheduling algorithm that can automatically manage the cloud infrastructure by considering both user requirements and infrastructure properties and policies. A new prototype is presented based on Openstack and it implements the proposed cloud scheduler. Our work specifically focuses on providing the cloud scheduler with trustworthy input that expose the trust status of cloud infrastructure and it also further establish the foundations of planned future work to cover other properties. It further provides an implementation of the past work on trust management of cloud which provides the cloud scheduler with input about the accurate trust status of that cloud infrastructure.
Keywords: Cloud; Resource Scheduling; Cloud Scheduler; Openstack; Trust status.
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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Library Management and Access System Using Bluetooth
Country : India
Authors : SarkarTanvir, Kundu Subhajit
: 10.9790/0661-1626102106    logo
Abstract: In this project we developed a Bluetooth based library management & access system coded in python programming language.The methodology section describes the design and implementation of the proposed system in details. The system provides a user friendly and convenient way to access any library in a very less hectic manner. It provides user a magnificent platform to navigate through huge stockpile of books in an easy digital format with help of a "client-server protocol" using Bluetooth technology. The system navigates the search of a user for his/ her desired book by categorizing it in three major divisions; i)search by topic ii)search by book iii)search by author, thus making the search a time efficient and convenient one and also supplying the user with the perfect match for his search.
Keywords: Bluetooth, Library Management System, Python, Server Client protocol.
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system", International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications, Vol. 4, No. 8, 2013.
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